|Death: ||Mar. 13, 1918|
viente años de edad; originario de la Ciudad de Hermosillo; falleció en su casa habitación a las siete de la mañana; víctima de un asesinato
Bisbee Daily Review March 14, 1918
KILLING AT NACO.
Advices were received here yesterday of the killing of Fernando Acuna, a young man well thought of in Naco, Sonora, by Alberto Falzacar, a customs guard of Naco, Sonora. The shooting occurred yesterday morning. According to information received, the killing was cold blooded. The two men quarreled over some trivial matter. Falzacar whipped out a gun and shot Acuna in the heart. The latter was unarmed. Throwing his weapon in the customs house, Falzacar ran over the line to Naco, Arizona. There the American police grabbed him back to the Mexican side of the line for the authorities there to handle. He is now in jail. Acuna was employed by the Wells Fargo Express company. He was a single man.
Created by: Q.E.P.D.
Record added: Oct 24, 2012
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